New California State Movement Sends Letter to Trump

Paul Preston, President of New California State addresses the concerns and goals for the event at Roseville Veterans Memorial Hall on Jan. 26, 2019. (Nancy Han/NTD) ROSEVILLE, California—The New California State movement held its third Constitutional event at Veterans Memorial Hall in Roseville, California, on Jan. 26. The self-governed legislature is a statewide grassroots effort to free most of California’s rural areas away from the current state and form a new one. So far, representatives from 47 out of 58 counties in California have joined this movement. About 200 representatives throughout California attended the event on Jan. 26. Besides passing the three resolutions, they also drafted

PG&E Files for “Chapter 22” Bankruptcy

Pacific Gas & Electric filed for “Chapter 22” as California’s largest utility was again forced into Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to the state’s social justice regulatory structure. Facing $300 million a month in unreimbursed power costs under California’s 1996 “deregulation” law that gave the state control of wholesale electric power purchases, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code in April 2001 in San Francisco court, listing $9 billion in debt. The three-year reorganization cost the state between $40 to $45 billion and was directly responsible for the recall of California Democrat Gov. Gray Davis on October 7, 2003. But following a Monda

Government takeover of utilities

In Venezuela use of energy is counted by the minutes and hours. You never know when you will be able to read at night or work during the day. Socialism kills an economy. “History has shown the State has a long history of failure in taking on large tasks beyond their reach. Just ask the DMV, Caltrans, Coastal Commission, and other regulatory agencies whose incompetence is a major contributor to increased construction costs. Unquestionably, this has been a major factor in creating the present housing shortage the state is experiencing. Were an energy monopoly to be created, we can see how government policies would hurt consumers. The first thing we could expect is rationing energy distributi

New Nevada State Declares Independence

New Nevada State Declared their Independence today becoming the second state following in the footsteps of New California State. The U.S. Constitution provides a process for citizens to declare their Independence when a state government is not adhering to the freedoms guaranteed in the US Constitution but instead rules by decree which is a form of tyranny, a dictatorship. Please watch for the live show of this historic event.

California Election ’Watchdog Celebrates Lawsuit Win, Plans ‘Deep Audit

Linda Paine, president of EIPCa, As many as 1.5 million inactive registered names on the voter rolls in Los Angeles County alone are being contacted for potential removal, after the recently-announced settlement of a lawsuit against the state of California and Los Angeles County initiated by Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) and Judicial Watch. Inactive voters who have not voted in two general federal elections will receive a postcard in the mail, and if the postcard is not returned, those names will be removed from the voter registration list. The entire process of cleaning the voter rolls of deceased and other ineligible voters will take up to eight years, according to Linda Pa

Trump plans major announcement

Associated Press President Donald Trump said he’ll be making a “major announcement” on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon as the standstill over his border wall continues into its fifth week. The White House declined to provide details late Friday about what the president would be announcing. But Trump was not expected to sign the national emergency declaration he’s been threatening as an option to circumvent Congress. ___ HITTING HOME The partial government shutdown is hitting home for President Donald Trump in a very personal way. He lives in government-run housing, after all. Just 21 of the roughly 80 people who help care for the White House — from butle

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Police officers from across the country came together at Friday's memorial service for a 22-year-old rookie who had long dreamed of being an officer and was slain just weeks into the job in a Northern California college town. The service for Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona, who was shot and killed last week, will be held at the University of California, Davis. UC Davis said it expects up to 6,000 officers, in addition to family members, friends and members of the public. Corona's slaying has shocked Davis, which prides itself as a safe, family-friendly community anchored by one of the state's top universities. The last time a police officer died in the line of duty in Davis was in 1959.

NEW NEVADA STATE MOVEMENT DECLARES INDEPENDENCE

The first meeting was held last night at the Nye County Republican Central Committee headquarters for a group who would like to declare their independence from what they call. “Old Nevada” They hope to go forward with “New Nevada” and be “Battle born again”

Puerto Rico bankruptcy decision a Death Star for Wall Street

Puerto Rico and New California State could be the next two states admitted into the Union. A U.S. Bankruptcy Court decision wiping out half of Puerto Rico's general obligation bonds represents a potential Death Star precedent against Wall Street buying municipal bonds from states without a balanced budget. The reason that high-tax rate and potentially insolvent states like California, Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Maryland have continued to have access to massive new borrowing is Wall Street's ability to sell general obligation municipal bonds to high-income individuals who can benefit from receiving federally tax exempt interest. Most muni investors also believe that the federal g

Same old elite? Macron's 'revolution' fails with fed up French

President Emmanuel Macron's bid to restore faith in politicians in France seems to have failed as the country faces another anti-elite revoltPOOL/AFP/File "It's an old theme of the people against the elite." Jean-Baptiste Moreau, a farmer who splits his time between parliament and his cow sheds, thought he would be part of the solution to France's political problems when he was elected. The 41-year-old won a seat in parliament in June 2017 in what some commentators termed a "velvet revolution" led by President Emmanuel Macron, which saw grumpy voters turf out a whole generation of MPs from the country's main political parties. Macron's victorious centrist movement filled half its parliamenta

California set to seize 1,100 miles of coastline

The California Coastal Commission is set to empower local government to take thousands of properties through eminent domain along 1,100 miles of coastline to prepare for sea level rise. Despite California being battered by 4-8 inches of torrential rain and flooding from an El Niño weather cycle, E&E News reported that the State of California in late January will authorize eminent domain authority for local jurisdictions to implement a "managed retreat" policy that will allow taking and demolishing coastal homes and businesses. The California Coastal Commission circulated an 87-page "Draft Residential Adaptation Guidance" in March regarding how communities could proactively address sea level

California lawmakers traveled to Hawaii with utility executives as wildfires raged

A group of California lawmakers took a trip to Hawaii with utility companies last year as wildfires wreaked havoc in their state. During the junket, representatives from utility companies discussed with lawmakers just how much responsibility they should bear for wildfires – even as Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) could be on the hook for several billions of dollars in damages for fires it caused over the past few years. The utility companies are pushing for a new state law that would raise electricity prices to offset costs incurred from wildfires, according to The New York Times. The annual event, hosted by the nonprofit Independent Voter Project, was held in Maui in November. PG&E execut

California Misses December Funding by $4 Billion, CEO exits as PG&E faces fire liabilities, bank

California missed its budget projections for tax revenue for the month of December 2018 by $4 billion according to New California State Vice President Chriss Street who disclosed his assessment to New California State Media. "The loss to the state of California during the month of December is just the start of a larger state income downturn" stated Street. Street anticipates even larger cash short falls in the months ahead. An even bigger problem for California is the anticipated bankruptcy of PG&E Corp which could come as early as Monday January 14, 2019. New California State has anticipated a massive economic downturn for California to help in their statehood effort but with the downturn

Federal Government Running Secret Open Bailout

$21 trillion in “missing money” at the DOD and HUD that was discovered by Dr. Mark Skidmore and Catherine Austin Fitts in 2017 has now become a national security issue. The federal government is not talking or answering questions, even though the DOD recently failed its first ever audit. Fitts says, “This is basically an open running bailout. Under this structure, you can transfer assets out of the federal government into private ownership, and nobody will know and nobody can stop it. There is no oversight whatsoever. You can’t even know who is doing it. I’m telling you they just took the United States government, they just changed the governance model by accounting policy to a fascist gover

One person dead, 12 more hospitalized after suspected Fentanyl leads to 'mass overdose'

A “mass overdose” in a California home Saturday morning left one person dead and another 12 hospitalized after police say the victims may have ingested fentanyl, a powerful opioid. Chico Police Chief Michael O’Brien said at a press conference that police received a 911 call from someone inside the residence of a home in the 1100 block of Santana Court about 9 a.m. “Upon arrival, Chico police officers found multiple individuals in what appeared to be life-threatening overdose conditions.” O’Brien said that officers performed CPR and administered six doses of naloxone, which can reverse the effects of an overdose and comes in half-doses. Chico police have been equipped with naloxone since 2018

Suspect Named in Officer Corona's killing

We're getting our first look at Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, the suspect in the killing of Davis police officer Natalie Corona. This is a previous booking photo of Limbaugh's; he's suspected of shooting and killing himself after Officer Corona's killing. DAVIS (CBS13) – The Davis Police Department is identifying the suspected shooter who killed Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona as 48-year-old Kevin Douglas Limbaugh.Limbaugh rented an apartment one block away from the shooting scene, where police say they found his body after he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound following an hours-long manhunt Thursday night.The Yolo County District Attorney’s office confirms it had filed a felony complai

Investigation continues into killing of Davis police officer

AENN: The name of the suspect in the Natalie Colman murder has not been released despite numerous calls to the Davis Police Department. A description has been released which describes the suspect as a 6’2″ white male. Davis Police Department advises to go to their website department for additional information. https://cityofdavis.org/city-hall/police- The investigation into the shooting death of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona, 22, is continuing today. Corona was killed Thursday night while she investigated a three-car crash near downtown, promoting a major response from other law enforcement agencies throughout the region. The suspect was later found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot w

Rodin Sculptures at Stanford Don Yellow Vests During Newsom’s Inauguration

The group of statues called the Burghers of Calais, wearing yellow vests, on the campus of Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. on Jan. 7, 2018. (anonymous) PALO ALTO, Calif.—On the morning of Jan. 7, a mysterious protest took place on the campus of Stanford University, perhaps connected to the inauguration of California’s new governor, Gavin Newsom. Six famous sculptures by Auguste Rodin in Stanford University’s Memorial Court were adorned in yellow vests, at the same time that Newsom was making his inauguration speech in the state capitol. The statues are symbols of civic virtue. Californians started seeing yellow vests in December, when activists of the New California state movement b

The Guy Who Protested Gavin Newsom Calls Rush

RUSH: Okay. Fresno, California, next. Ben, great to have you with us on the EIB Network. Hi. CALLER: Hey, Rush! Thank you for having me on. I was actually the guy who you referenced earlier in the show who objected to Gavin Newsom being sworn in. RUSH: Oh, you’re the guy that protested Newsom? CALLER: I’m the guy. Yes, sir. RUSH: What did you actually do? CALLER: I was actually in the press pool. I was there on behalf of our station, 1680. I was sitting through about half of this. I’d been to Cpl. Ronil Singh funeral on Saturday, and I was listening to the garbage that was going on, and we were approaching them doing the swearing in, and I just got this feeling inside. I couldn’t sit there a

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